Monsoon Daily Updates – For August 2012

This is actually a part of Monsoon of Pakistan page Date of issue – August 31 Fifth spell coming to an end in Sindh Parts of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Kashmir gets above monthly normal rainfall! Sindh is mostly dry!  Low pressure has moved inland and is now situated over south-east Madya Pradesh and adjoining eastern…

Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (August 20 – September 3) – Updated on August 27!

Heavy rainfall in Punjab to continue! Drought – Rain ‘must’ lash Karachi now Monsoon coming to an end? The month of August is coming to an end and it seems as it the monsoon has finally come to know that its duty is to pour water frequently. Getting a much awaited boost from the new…

Changing colours of Karachi!

‘Different types of clouds hovered over the city on August 16.’

Pakistan Independence Day to come with rain?

Pakistan Weather Portal (PWP) keeping the Independence Day in mind, has made a special forecast for August 14. Many parts of the country have chances of rainfall on the special day. Following is the likely weather in these parts of the country;

Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (August 5 – August 19)

Rains, Rains and more Rains – Punjab Dry, dry and more dry – Sindh Low pressure: What will happen now? Pakistan: Past conditions While entering the month of August, the northern areas (only) experienced the fifth monsoon spell that started from July 30 and lasted till August 2. The intensity of the fifth spell was weak…

El-Nino comeback: Monsoon collapses, Pakistan going into drought!

 “This is the sixth article related to the monsoon season of 2012 and it will be followed by many more articles” ”Will drought take over the country’ It should not be called a ‘monsoon season’ as the precipitation has been 50% below normal all over Pakistan. PWP in its monsoon article (2012) that was published in April…

Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (July 24 – July 31)

Two UAC, Monsoon still dull! Rainfall reviving soon? Drought emerging in India Background The third monsoon spell that started around the PWP’s forecasted date on July 18 ended on July 21 without significant rainfall, the spell was helped by the passing western disturbance ’14’. On July 20, the second monsoon started in the central parts…